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CM PICÓN DE ZURITA

Winery: CM
Vintage: 2016
Winemaker: CARLOS MORO
Type of Wine: N/A
Bottles Produced: 3452 Per Year
Region: D.O. RIBERA DEL DUERO
Composition: TEMPRANILLO Per Year
MSRP: $85
ExWorks (at Bodega): N/A
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Sustainable
Awards
93 POINTS TIM ATKIN
Wine Ratings
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Shelf Taker
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Wine Description



The latest wine to join Carlos Moro's collection of Single
Vineyards is Picón de Zurita, a wine from DO Ribera del Duero
from a vineyard located at an altitude of 725 metres above sea
level, where the loamy soil texture gives a significant depth to
its Tempranillo vines, bringing unrivalled complexity to its wines
as they are grown in successive sedimentary layers without
eroding. It has a vineyard area of 2.6 hectares and is one of
the oldest vineyards that Bodegas Familiares Matarromera has
in the Ribera del Duero. 

These vineyards have been chosen by Carlos Moro himself
and are characterised by being between 70 and 100 years old.
They receive meticulous manual care and have triple select
their grapes, which ensures an unbeatable quality process.
Production does not exceed 10,000 numbered bottles.




Tasting Notes


This wine has a lively cardinal core, with purple tones. Acidic
black fruit on the nose with a concentration of India ink and
dark chocolate between fine woods of cedar and ebony, spicy
cloves and fine roasted coffee. A lively mouth with a broad
structure of sweet tannins with fruity, spicy and clean wood
sensations.

Notes for Consumers
Optimal Serving Temperature: 15°C
Drink By: 2024
Pairing(s): N/A
Vineyards
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This wine has a lively cardinal core, with purple tones. Acidic
black fruit on the nose with a concentration of India ink and
dark chocolate between fine woods of cedar and ebony, spicy
cloves and fine roasted coffee. A lively mouth with a broad
structure of sweet tannins with fruity, spicy and clean wood
sensations.

Feet
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Winemaking & Aging
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Ageing (sur Lie): N/A
Ageing in Months: N/A
Analytical Data
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